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Tekla Structures Detailing Manual

Tekla Structures Detailing Manual

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Tekla Structures Detailing Manual
Tekla Structures Detailing Manual

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Tekla Structures
Detailing Manual
Product version 16.1June 2010
© 2010 Tekla Corporation
© 2010 Tekla Corporation and its licensors. All rights reserved.This Software Manual has been developed for use with the referenced Software. Use of the Software, and use of thisSoftware Manual are governed by a License Agreement. Among other provisions, the License Agreement sets certainwarranties for the Software and this Manual, disclaims other warranties, limits recoverable damages, definespermitted uses of the Software, and determines whether you are an authorized user of the Software. All informationset forth in this manual is provided with the warranty set forth in the License Agreement. Please refer to the LicenseAgreement for important obligations and applicable limitations and restrictions on your rights. Tekla does notguarantee that the text is free of technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Tekla reserves the right to makechanges and additions to this manual due to changes in the software or otherwise.In addition, this Software Manual is protected by copyright law and by international treaties. Unauthorizedreproduction, display, modification, or distribution of this Manual, or any portion of it, may result in severe civil andcriminal penalties, and will be prosecuted to the full extent permitted by law.Tekla, Tekla Structures, Xcity, Xengineer, Xpipe, Xroad, Xpower, Xsteel, and Xstreet are either registered trademarksor trademarks of Tekla Corporation in the European Union, the United States, and/or other countries. Other productand company names mentioned in this Manual are or may be trademarks of their respective owners. By referring to athird-party product or brand, Tekla does not intend to suggest an affiliation with or endorsement by such third partyand disclaims any such affiliation or endorsement, except where otherwise expressly stated.Portions of this software:D-Cubed 2D DCM © 2008 Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software III (GB) Ltd. All rights reserved.EPM toolkit © 1995-2004 EPM Technology a.s., Oslo, Norway. All rights reserved.XML parser © 1999 The Apache Software Foundation. All rights reserved.Project Data Control Library © 2006 - 2007 DlhSoft. All rights reserved.DWGdirect, DGNdirect and OpenDWG Toolkit/Viewkit libraries © 1998-2005 Open Design Alliance. All rightsreserved.FlexNet Copyright © 2010 Flexera Software, Inc. and/or InstallShield Co. Inc. All Rights Reserved. This productcontains proprietary and confidential technology, information and creative works owned by Flexera Software, Inc.and/or InstallShield Co. Inc. and their respective licensors, if any. Any use, copying, publication, distribution, display,modification, or transmission of such technology in whole or in part in any form or by any means without the priorexpress written permission of Flexera Software, Inc. and/or InstallShield Co. Inc. is strictly prohibited. Except whereexpressly provided by Flexera Software, Inc. and/or InstallShield Co. Inc. in writing, possession of this technologyshall not be construed to confer any license or rights under any Flexera Software, Inc. and/or InstallShield Co. Inc.intellectual property rights, whether by estoppel, implication, or otherwise.The software is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 7,302,368 and 7,617,076. Also elements of the software described inthis Manual may be the subject of pending patent applications in the European Union and/or other countries includingU.S. patent applications 2004267695, 2005285881, 20060004841, 20060136398, 20080189084, and 20090189887.
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